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The draw for the third round of the U16's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made at Hampden Park yesterday morning.

Last years final in the 2003 age group was a thrilling encounter which saw Longniddry Villa edge past Falkirk FCF with a goal in the last minute to lift the famous trophy. Villa will begin the defence of their title with an away tie against Central Region side Milton Reds

Beaten finalists from last year Falkirk FCF will be looking to go one further this year and they begin with a home tie to ADJFA side Newmachar United.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Holytown Colts vs Rutherglen Glencairn JFC

Kelty Hearts CC vs Camelon Juniors

Real Fife vs Rowallan Sports Club or Dalrymple Thistle

Broomhill SC P&D vs Letham SC Tangerines

Johnstone Burgh vs Edinburgh City Blacks

Rossvale FC Munich vs Glenburn Miners Welfare

Knightswood FC vs Finnart BC

Kennoway Star Hearts FC vs Stonehaven Youth

Hearts of Beath Juniors vs Heston Rovers

Deveronvale vs Tranent Colts

St Cadocs YC United vs Oban Saints or Winton Rovers

Pitfour FC vs Rossvale FC United

Cumbernauld United FC Black vs Jerviston FC

Dalziel BC vs Jeanfield Swifts

Giffncok SC P&D vs Newtongrange Star YDA

Clyde FC SofF vs North Motherwell BC

Musselburgh Windsor vs Leith Athletic FC

Linlithgow Rose CFC vs Dundee West FC

Falkirk FCF vs Newmachar United

Barrhead YFC vs Spartans FC Youth

Airdrie United vs Fraserburgh Link-up

Broughty United YFC vs Bellfield Royals

Tynecastle FC vs Fairmuir BC

Murieston Blues vs Port Glasgow Juniors CSC Reds

Pollok FC or St Cadocs YC vs Edinburgh South FC Reds

Mossend FC vs Cumbernauld Colts

Milton Reds vs Longniddry Villa

Erskine YFC Reds vs CBC Hilton

Kirkfield United vs Milton

KSC Kilwinning Rangers vs Milton Rovers YFC

Melrose FC vs Salvesen CFC

Accies BC vs Westdyke CC

 

All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3/4 November

The draw for the third round of the U14's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made earlier today at Hampden Park and has certainly drawn up a few interesting ties.

One team not included in the draw were champions Spartans FC Youth, who were surprisingly knocked out of the competition in round two courtesy of a stunning performance from Tynecastle FC. 

Tynecastle will welcome Aston Villa BC in the third round.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Bathgate Thistle CFC Rovers vs Forfar BC

Ferry Athletic vs St Bernards BC Midlothian

Coylton FC vs Tass Thistle

Kirrie Thistle Youths FC vs St Peters FC

Syngenta Juveniles vs Dunbar United Colts

Thornton Locos FC VS Cumbernauld Colts FC

Craigroyston BC vs Giffnock North BC United

Tynecastle FC vs Aston Villa BC

Drumchapel Amateurs vs Hampden Weir Recreation Amateur FC

Dalkeith Thistle vs Stirling Albion JA

Mill United vs Leith Athletic FC

Duloch Juniors Maroons vs Holytown Colts FC

Shettleston Juniors vs Newcraighall Leith Victoria or Bonnyrigg Rose Whites

St Cadocs YC United vs Kirkfield United

Hutchison Vale vs Banchory Boys

Kilsyth Athletic FC vs Jeanfield Swifts

EKFC Gold or AFC Glasgow vs Crosshouse BC

Lochgilphead Red Star vs ML4 United or Craigburn BC

Glenvale AFC vs Larkhall Thistle AFC Blue

Dumbarton United vs Burntisland Shipyard

Livingston FC Community vs Banks O’Dee Albion

Portlethen SC United vs Maddison FC

Burnbank FC vs Dundee Celtic Boys

Jerviston FC vs East Craigie Swifts

Peterhead BC vs Longniddry Villa

Milton Rovers YFC vs Blantyre SA

Westdyke CC vs Falkirk FCF White

Caledonian YC vs Musselburgh Windsor

Real Fife vs St Patricks Sports Academy

Drumchapel United or Giffnock North BC Thistle vs Dumbarton Riverside

Claremont AFC vs Dyce BC

St Andrews Colts vs Dean Thistle

 

All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3rd/4th of November

 
 
The draw for the third round of the U13's Inspiresport Scottish Youth Cup took place this morning at Hampden Park.
 
Broadcast live on Facebook, 129 teams learned who they'll be up against at the start of November. 
 
Amongst the fixtures will be a long trip for Deveronvale Reds, who wil be making the journey from Aberdeenshire down to the capital to take on Tynecastle FC Whites.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
Oban Saints Youth Club v Central Boys Football Academy
Colony Park FC v Thistle Weir
Arniston Rangers v Hamilton Accies Boys Club
Drumchapel Utd v North Merchiston
Carolside Sports Club v Stewarton Annick
Carse Thistle v Tranent Colts
AM Soccer Club v Tynecastle FC
Caledonian Youth Club v Milngavie FC
Dunbeth FC v Clarkston Athletic
Renfrew Victoria FC v Dundee Sporting Club
Clyde FC Community v Formartine Utd Youth
Hutchison Vale FC v Thorn Athletic YFC
Livingston FC Community Red v Portobello Community Football Academy
Dalrymple Colts v Pollock Utd Soccer Academy
St Cadocs YC P&D v Holytown Colts FC
Hillwood BC v West End Reds
Rossvale FC v Dundee West FC Royals
Kildrum Utd FC v Blantyre Soccer Academy Gold
Craigie Colts v Sons of Struth
Airdrieonians Real BC v Bonnyrigg Rose Reds
Cleland BC v East End Utd BC
Newmains Hammers v  Arthurlie Juniors Youth Football Academy
Syngenta Juvenile Colts v Glenvale AFC
Broughty Utd Youth FC Pumas v Mossend Football Club
Heston Rovers v Linlithgow Rose CFC
Gala Fairydean Rovers v Parkmoor FC
Kilsyth Community Football Club v Lewis Utd Youth
Cramond FC v Clydedale FC
Blairhall Villa AFC v Kemnay FC
Inverkeithing Utd FC v St Andrews Colts FC
Broomhill BC OR Bridgewater BC v Glasgow Boys FC
Balloch Eastfield FC Navy v Spartans FC Youth Reds
Scotland Boys Club Central v Cove Boys Club
Monifieth Athletic v Dumbarton Utd
Wasp Community Club v Broomhill Sports Club
Ardencaple Boys Club v Broomhill Sports Club Lightening
Salvesen CFC v Clairmont AFC
Dyce Boys Club Whites v Westerton Utd Whites
Glenrothes Strollers v Dorvie Caley Youth FC
Edinburgh City v Syngenta Juveniles Grange
Dalkieth Thistle AFC v Renton Craigandro
St. Patrick’s Sports Academy v Dreghorn Moorfield FC
Valspar FC v Kirkcaldy Inter
Airdrie Utd Boys Club v Kilsyth Community FC Kelvin
Dunipace FC v Glenifer Thistle
Rosebank Thistle v Currie Star FC
Pitfour FC v East Kilbride Burgh Utd
Tynecastle FC Whites v Deveronvale Reds
Montrose Youth Vics v Giffnock SC
Mid Calder Colts v Carluke Utd
East End Boys Athletic v Dyce BC
Bonnyrigg Rose Whites v Stenhousemuir FC
Dunbar Utd Colts v Auchinleck Talbot
Dundee Utd SC v Villa Park FC
Glenrothes Athletic v Haddington Athletic CFC
Clydebank FC v Armadale Community FC Blues
St Andrews BC v West End Community Club
Peterhead BC v Montrose Youth
Dryburgh Athletic v Musselburgh Windsor FC
Currie FC v Eddlewood Boys Club
Spartans FC Youth v Irvine Meadow
Gairdoch Utd FC Gold v KCFC Blasties
Kintore Utd FC v Real Fife
Arbroath Lads Club v Blairgowrie & Rattray CFC
 
The 64 ties will be played on the 3rd and 4th of November.

The draw for the third round of the U14's Scottish Youth FA Cup was made earlier today at Hampden Park and has certainly drawn up a few interesting ties.

Hutchison Vale will begin their defence of the Scottish Cup trophy with a home tie against Paisley-based side Palace Park, while last year's finalists Cove BC will look to go one further than last year as they face a trip to Bishopbriggs to face West Park United.

The full draw is as follows:

 

Palace Park FC vs Deveronvale

Glenbrae Colts vs Cunninghame Youth FC

Rosyth FC vs Northstar CFC Cubs

Linlithgow Rose CFC Maroons vs Sunnybank Elite FC

Largs Colts vs Broxburn Athletic Colts

Dundee West vs Falkirk FCF Whites

Letham SC Sky Blues vs Portobello CFA

Musselburgh Windsor vs Tynecastle FC

Banks O'Dee Albion vs Glenvale AFC

Westend CC Thistle vs Armadale CFC Blues

Milton vs Ardrossan Winton Rovers

Kelso FC vs Kirkliston and South Queensferry

Cliftonhill BC vs Cambuslang FA

Westerton United FC vs KFC Kilwinning Rangers Blues

Lenzie YC vs Kilsyth Athletic FC

Colony Park FC vs Dumbarton United

Crosshouse bc vs Pitfour FC

Drumsagard FAC Blue vs Edinburgh South

Loanhead Miners YFC vs Heston Rovers Colts

Falkirk FCF CFSDA vs Broomhill SC or Hillwood BC Thistle

Glasgow Boys FC vs Northstar CFC Orange

Colony Colts FC vs Milton Rovers YFC

Fraserburgh Link-up vs The Nith United

Pittenweem vs Giffnock SC

Giffnock SC Blacks vs Ashfield Juniors Whites

Scotland BC Purple vs Kennoway Star Hearts FC

Knightswood FC vs Thorn Athletic YFC

Hutchison Vale vs Palace Park BC B

Dunbeth FC vs Wasp CC

Maryfield United vs Lochend FA

Lewis United Youth vs Lomond Colts

Grass Development Coaching vs Millenium FC

Glenrothes Athletic vs Westdyke CC

Hutchison Vale Colts vs Eddlewood BC

Holytown Colts FC vs Harmony Row YC Reds

Rossvale FC vs Kelty Hearts CC

Galston YFC vs Redhall Star YFC

Aston Villa CFC vs North Berwick FC

Kirkshaw Colts Blacks vs Pro Football Academy

Kildrum United FC vs Falkirk FCF

Motherwell FC CT vs Glenburn Miners Welfare FC

East Fife YA vs Bayside FC Athletic

Musselburgh Windsor Blues vs Dunbar Colts

East End Thistle vs Donside Juveniles

Dunblane SC vs Summerston BC

Bathgate Thistle CFC Whites vs Gairdoch North

Erskine Youth FC vs Dundee Thistle

Longniddry Villa vs Broughty United Panthers

Bonnyton Thistle vs Gairdoch SC Reds

Larkhall Thistle AFC vs Morton Community

Cumbernauld Pumas vs Riverside CSC

Crieff Juniors vs Stewarton Annick

Gairdoch United YFC vs Lochend YFC

Lasswade Thistle vs West Park Utd Navy

Drumchapel United vs St Patrick's Sports Academy

Mill United vs Glenrothes Strollers

Livingston FC Community vs Braehead FC

Ellon Meadows vs Dundee United SC

Dundee Sporting vs Cambusnethan Talbot Community

Fairmuir BC VS Camelon Juniors

West Park United vs Cove BC

Kerse United vs Spartans FC Youth

Dundee West Royals vs Clydebank FC

Earlston Rhymers YFC vs Hampden Weir

 

 
All ties will be played on the weekend of the 3rd/4th of November
Wednesday, 03 October 2018 14:42

SFA Youth Cup 2018/19 - Third round draw

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The draw for the third round of the Scottish FA Youth Cup was made earlier today at Hampden Park and has drawn up a few very interesting ties.
 
Last season's competition was certainly intruiging with Hibernian ultimately being crowned champions after a thrilling final against Aberdeen. They enter the side in this round and have been given a home tie against Stirling Albion, who also enter the competition in this round.
 
Aberdeen will be thankful that they have a relatively short distance to travel for their game against Inverurie Loco Works, who eased into the third round with a 6-1 win against Keith.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
Inverness Caledonian Thistle vs Hamilton Academical

Rangers vs East Kilbride

Queen of the South vs Dundee United

Montrose vs Greenock Morton

St Johnstone vs Motherwell

Dundee vs Tynecastle

Camelon Juniors vs Kilmarnock

Inverurie Loco Works vs Aberdeen

Haddington Athletic vs Lossiemouth

Hibernian vs Stirling Albion

Heart of Midlothian vs St Mirren

Deveronvale vs Ross County

Fraserburgh vs Queen’s Park

Celtic vs Spartans

Kelty Hearts vs Cove Rangers

Clachnacuddin vs Buckie Thistle or Turriff United

 

All ties will be played on Friday 9th November. Buckie Thistle and Turriff United will play their tie on the 10th October.

Thursday, 27 September 2018 12:17

SWF Youth Scottish Cup Semi-Final Previews

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It’s SWF Youth Cup semi-final time this weekend, and with six hugely exciting matches to come, YFS looks at what’s in store as we prepare to find out who’ll be booking their place in November’s finals at Oriam National Performance Centre in Edinburgh.  

At U13’s level, we should be in for two cracking cup ties as Donside Girls take on Kilmarnock Whites and Musselburgh Windsor play Kilmarnock Blues. All four teams have scored bags of goals on their way to the semi-finals, so high scoring matches should be on the cards.

Donside Girls, who currently sit joint top of the North Kim Little League, followed up their 6-0 third round victory over Hearts Development with a 3-2 quarter-final win against Central Girls Legends earlier this month. They take on a Kilmarnock Whites side that has scored 40 goals in five games this competition – including hitting Letham for ten in the preliminary round back in March.

Musselburgh Windsor, who won 3-1 away at Celtic in the third round and beat Boroughmuir Thistle Purples 8-4 in the quarter-finals, will be up against a Kilmarnock Blues team with a perfect three wins from three in their league campaign, and who saw off Lanarkshire Hibernian 4-1 in the last round.

Old rivals Celtic and Rangers clash in the first of the U15’s semi-finals. Both teams have enjoyed strong runs to this stage of the competition; for Celtic, back-to-back 9-0 wins over Falkirk and Stonehaven in the second and third rounds was followed by a 3-0 quarter-final victory over Jeanfield Swifts. Rangers meanwhile put in dominant displays against Aberdeen and Hamilton in the first two rounds – winning 5-0 and 8-0 – before seeing off Central Girls in the third round and edging a tight quarter final with current Performance League leaders Glasgow City 2-1.

In the second semi-final Hibs face a Kilmarnock side that have gotten stronger as the tournament has progressed; they survived a penalty shoot-out with Boroughmuir Thistle Whites in the second round before beating Blackburn Utd 5-1 and Hibernian Development 5-2 en route to the semi-finals. For Hibs, it’s been steady going. They haven’t hit the heights of any of the other semi-finalists yet, but they’re still to concede a goal in the competition – 3-0 wins have carried them this far. It was Hibs who prevailed in the last meeting between the two sides – 3-2 at Grange Academy in the Performance League at the start of August – but with a place in the cup final on the line, who will be celebrating come Sunday evening?

The leaders of the East/North League meet the leaders of the Joelle Murray League in the second of the U17’s semi-finals as Dryburgh Athletic take on Murieston Utd. Both teams have been dominant in their league campaigns and have carried that into the Cup; Dryburgh have scored 22 goals in their three matches in the competition so far, including a 10-1 victory over Montrose and a 9-0 quarter-final triumph over Raith Rovers. For Muiriston, a 6-1 victory away at Westdyke and a 5-0 win over Bonnyrigg Rose saw them march into the semi-finals. With such free-scoring teams coming head-to-head, fans in attendance should be in for a treat.

Before that, Hibs take on Glasgow City in what should be another exciting semi-final. City have seen off both Celtic and Rangers – away from home, no less - on their way to a clash with Hibs, and will hope the competitive nature of their two matches so far will have them feeling sharp for what will be another tough game. For the Hibees, it’s a different story altogether; bizarrely, due to withdrawals they’ve actually reached the semi’s without playing a game. Will this count against them when it comes time to test themselves against an opponent as tough as Glasgow City? All we know for certain is that it will be an exciting weekend of SWF Cup action.  

 

 

Saturday 29th September

Musselburgh Windsor vs Kilmarnock Blues (13G)

Toryglen, Glasgow

Kick-off: 2:00pm

 

Donside Girls vs Kilmarnock Whites (13G)

Toryglen, Glasgow

Kick-off: 2:00pm

 

 

Sunday 30th September

 

Rangers vs Celtic (15G)

Toryglen, Glasgow

Kick-off: 1:30pm

 

Kilmarnock vs Hibernian (15G)

Toryglen, Glasgow

Kick-off: 4:00pm

 

Glasgow City vs Hibernian (17G)

Ravenscraig, Motherwell

Kick-off: 2:00pm

 

Murieston United vs Dryburgh Athletic (17G)

Ravenscraig, Motherwell

Kick-off: 4:00pm   

Friday, 21 September 2018 18:02

SWF: U15-U19 League Round-Up

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In part two of our look at the standings in the girls’ game, YFS looks at the who’s topping the table in the rest of the SWF Youth Leagues.

In the U19 National Performance League, only two points separate leaders Celtic – on 24 points - from second placed Hibs on 22 points. After nine games, they’ve opened up a healthy lead from third placed Glasgow City, and it’s looking like the meeting between the two at Ainslie Park at the end of the month could decide whether the title heads east or west.

It’s equally tight in the U15 National Performance League, where Glasgow City currently have a four-point lead over Hibs in second and Celtic in third, however the Hoops have four games in hand over their two title rivals. Having only failed to win one of their eight games this season (a 2-2 draw with Central Girls in August), Celtic will feel confident they can claw back the points over the next month or so.

There’s also plenty of drama across the various U17 divisions. In the East/North League, Dryburgh Athletic and Dunfermline Athletic are engaged in a tussle at the top: With twelve games played, Dryburgh lead Dunfermline by three points, with their 2-1 victory in the fixture between the two back in August currently the difference maker.

In the South-East Joelle Murray League, Murieston Utd have opened up a healthy gap to second place Broxburn Athletic Colts; their 37 points is twelve more than their closest challenger – although Broxburn have two games in hand.

At Under-15 level, Forfar Farmington Falcons have taken the East League by storm; they’ve won all 13 of their games so far and only Dryburgh – with 33 points after 14 games – and East Fife Girls – with 32 points after 14 – have managed to keep in touch.

It’s a similar story in the North League. Deveronvale Girls have won all 14 of their matches and are marching towards the title. Colony Park, on 29 points after 15 games, are their nearest challenger.

In the Christie Murray League, it’s too early to tell who the favourites are to lift the title in November, but Hamilton have started well; they top the table with 13 points from their opening five matches. Just behind them are Pollock Utd, who have a maximum nine points from three games so far.

The Lee Alexander League is not long underway either, with Giffnock currently top of the league with three wins from three.

Things are looking much clearer in the South-East Frankie Brown league: Lanarkshire Hibernian and Musselburgh Windsor are way out in front. Hibs top the league with 48 points after 18 games, but Musselburgh – who are three points behind – have a game in hand. They’re both well clear of Blackburn Utd in third, who have 25 points.

Finally, Blackburn Utd Development top the South-East Kirsty Smith League. With 34 points after 13 games, they’re comfortably clear of East Lothian Ravens in second, who have 38 points having played a game more. However, In third are Spartans who are currently ten points behind Blackburn, but with four games in hand, they’ll fancy their chances of making-up the difference.

Friday, 21 September 2018 16:36

SWF: U13's League Round-Up

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With the girls’ football season already well underway, YFS is taking the opportunity to examine how things stand at the top of the tables across the country.

In this first of two parts, we take a closer look at the U13s leagues to find out who stands in poll position to clinch the title at the end of the year.

In the Becky Flaherty League, Colony Park have sown up the title with an emphatic fourteen wins from fourteen games so far. Their current goal difference of +91 emphasises their dominance over the other nine teams in the division.

Elsewhere up north, things are a lot tighter in the Kim Little League where Aberdeen 13s and Donside Girls lead the way with identical records after sixteen games (played 16, won 13, drawn 2, lost 1). With just a few games remaining this season, the meeting of the two sides on October 6 may prove to be a league decider.

In the South-East Kim Little League, things are almost as tight: Hibs sit a point clear of Bonnyrigg Rose and Hearts – but Bonnyrigg have a game in hand. It looks like we’re approaching a critical period of the season; starting September 28, three match days in row will see the top three face off against each other in their various combinations.  

Meanwhile, the Fiona Brown League still has a long way to go, but Wishaw Wycombe Wanderers have set the early pace with a perfect four wins from four, narrowly ahead of Milton and Bedley CFC, who are both sitting on nine points.

There’s also a long way to go before things are decided in the Fife League. Lomond Colts currently sit top of the table with four wins and a draw from their opening five games, a point ahead of East Fife 13s and two ahead of Bayside Braves in third having played a game more than both. With the Colts and the Braves meeting this weekend, and East Fife travelling to the Colts on the final day of the season, there could be plenty of twists and turns before the race is over.

A league that could be coming to an end soon is Tayside League 1. Jeanfield Swift 13s sit three points ahead of Montrose Youth with just two matches remaining, meaning they could clinch the title this weekend if they beat Montrose Youth Vics and Montrose Youth can’t match their result against Blairgowrie & Rattray Girls.

In Tayside League 2 things are less straightforward. After five games DUSC 13’s sit on 12 points, two ahead of Jeanfield Swifts 12’s in second. Lurking just behind them is Scone Thistle, who have a maximum nine points after three games – including inflicting DUSC’s only defeat on the opening day of the season.

In the East Regional League, three teams currently have 100% records: Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts Yellows after four games, Forfar Farmington after three games and Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts Strollers after two games. There’s a long way to go, but it already looks like they will be the three battling it out for the title. With Forfar playing the Yellows tomorrow, it could be a big weekend in the title race.

Two teams have made a perfect start in the Erin Cuthbert League: EKFC have won their opening five, whilst Bonnyton Thistle Blacks have won their opening four. There’s still a lot of football to be played this season, but the meeting between the two sides on October 13 has all the makings of a massive game.

There’s a three-way tie at the top of the South-East Lizzie Arnot League. Hibs Development side, Murieston Utd and Blackburn Utd all have twelve points – but only Murieston have a perfect record. They’re the only team to beat Hibs so far this season, defeating them 4-3 at the start of the month in what may prove to be crucial result.

No team has managed to break away from the pack in the Jenny Beattie League: Giffnock and St Mirren Youth are both on ten points after five games, whilst Morton have the same points despite having played a game less. St Mirren play Giffnock tomorrow, giving one team the opportunity to put some distance between themselves and a close rival.

Hibernian 11’s have a slim advantage in the South-East Hayley Lauder League, a division where the top three are separated by just two points and only second place Broxburn Athletic Colts, with two wins and two draws, are undefeated.

Glasgow City Black have made a blistering start in the Chloe Arthur League; their four wins from four and +30 goal difference has them top of the table, but Dumbarton Utd – who’ve played a game more – and Thistle Weir are keeping pace. Both sit two points off the top having made impressive starts to the campaign.

In the SW/W/C League, Celtic 13’s and Kilmarnock Blues both have nine points from three matches. Joining them at the top of the pile is Gartcairn Blues, who also have nine points but have played two games more. There’s a long way to go but the meeting between Killie and Celtic on October 27 could have massive title implications.

Finally, Threave Rovers have some breathing space at the top of the Kirsty Howatt League. Their nineteen points from seven games has given them a four-point cushion to second place St Cuthbert Wanderers, who have fifteen points having played a game less.

Monday, 10 September 2018 16:58

SWF Youth Cup - U17's Semi-Final draw

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Glasgow City and Hibernian will clash once again as they were drawn against each other in the semi-finals of the SWF U17's Youth Cup.
 
The other semi-final sees Murieston United take on SWF East Region League Cup champions Dryburgh Athletic.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
Glasgow City vs Hibernian
 
Murieston United vs Dryburgh Athletic
 
 
Hibernian were given a bye into the semi-finals as Hutchison Vale were withdrawn, while Glasgow City, Murieston United and Dryburgh Athletic beat Rangers, Bonnyrigg Rose and Raith Rovers respectively.
 
Both ties will be played on 30th September at a neutral location
Monday, 10 September 2018 16:43

SWF Youth Cup - U15's Semi-Final draw

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The draw for the semi-final of the SWF U15's Youth Cup has drawn up an Old Firm derby, as Rangers and Celtic are set to do battle.
 
That means that Kilmarnock will face off against Hibernian for a place in November's final
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
Rangers vs Celtic
 
Kilmarnock vs Hibernian
 
 
Rangers and Celtic will go into their match together having beaten Glasgow City and Jeanfield Swifts in the quarter-finals respectively. Kilmarnock beat Hibernian Development to set up their semi-final match with Hibernian, who came through as 3-0 winners against Deveronvale.
 
Both ties will take place on 30th September at a neutral location.